Germany 3, Nigeria 0: Germany advanced to the Women's World Cup quarterfinals for the eighth straight time, beating African champion Nigeria at Grenoble, France.
Germany captain Alexandra Popp, playing in her 100th international match, scored in the 20th minute. Sara Dabritz made it 2-0 in the 27th with a penalty kick and Lea Schuller got the final goal in the 82nd.
Second-ranked Germany, which has outscored opponents 9-0, plays the winner of Monday's match between Sweden and Canada on June 29 at Rennes, a weeklong layoff that gives time for midfielder Dzsenifer Marozsan's broken toe to heal. The Germans, who won the tournament in 2003 and 2007, have never failed to reach the quarterfinals.
Norway 1, Australia 1, Norway wins 4-1 on penalty kicks: Ingrid Engen hit the decisive penalty kick and Norway beat Australia in a shootout to advance to the quarterfinals.
Australia captain Sam Kerr, who was frustrated by Norway most of the night despite some opportunities, fired her penalty shot over the bar. Emily Gielnik had her effort saved as Norway won the shootout 4-1 after the match had finished 1-1.
Norway will face the winner of Sunday's game between England and Cameroon.